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Depop was not created to be a fashion marketplace – it was created to be a community. Community at Depop has always meant realising our existence through the uniting thread of people. Peer-to-peer isn’t a business model, it’s the way we can create true and lasting change. People supporting people. Communities speaking up for each other. Institutions celebrating all of us, not just some of us.
adidas Originals and Depop, the community-powered marketplace app to buy and sell unique fashion, announce a collaboration that reimagines the classic Stan Smith silhouette for the next generation, on a journey to End Plastic Waste.
The list honors the businesses that have not only found a way to be resilient in the past year, but also turned those challenges into impact-making processes. These companies did more than survive, they thrived—making an impact on their industries and culture as a whole. This year’s MIC list features 463 businesses from 29 countries.
An expansion of the TIME100 list of the most influential people in the world, TIME100 Next highlights 100 emerging leaders who are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, health, science and activism, and more. The full list and related tributes appear in the Mar. 1 / Mar. 8 issue of TIME, available on newsstands on Friday, Feb. 19, and now at
Depop, the community-powered marketplace app to buy and sell unique fashion, announces its programme of activities to inspire, empower and celebrate its Black community of entrepreneurs for US Black History Month. This month’s activations follow on Depop’s commitment to provide a more fulfilling, comforting and inviting Black experience on Depop: by offering its community the educational resources they need to grow successful businesses, and increasing visibility of the style, history, culture and voices rooted within the Black community in fashion.
Depop, the community-powered marketplace app to buy and sell unique fashion, announces its first set of commitments to reshape fashion consumption by developing and promoting a culture that’s based around creativity, circularity, equity and exchange: fashion for a better future.
Back in June, we committed to implementing change and driving the progress needed to fully represent and truly celebrate the Black community within Depop. We've always believed that who we are as Depop is rooted in the diversity of our community, and over the past couple of months, we've spent our time thinking, discussing and exploring with the Black community in and around Depop to understand where we're starting from and what's needed for the future. Here's what we've done and what we've learned:
Vans, the original action sports brand and icon of creative expression, and Depop, the fashion marketplace app with the cult Gen-Z following, announce their first-ever collaboration, championing community and creativity. The Vans x Depop six-piece capsule collection, including both footwear and apparel, was thoughtfully designed with artists Jessica Luostarinen, LeiMai LeMaow, Connor Williams and Yuki Haze. Launching today, this partnership celebrates the energy established through collaboration, not only between two brands, but also between unique creative perspectives.
Depop exists for people pushing for change. It's a space where style and self-expression thrive naturally. With a community that believes in working together to make things better – and speaking up when things aren't going that way. You told us these past few weeks we weren't doing enough for our Black community: and you're right. Diversity has always been fundamental to Depop – but it hasn't been represented fully on our platform and we're changing that. Here's how.
British fashion and textile designer Richard Quinn has partnered with Depop, the fashion marketplace with the cult Gen-Z following, to launch a new, affordable collection of pieces designed and produced in his London studio. Made exclusively for the Depop community, Richard Quinn / Depop is the first time the designer has created an in-house, ready-to-wear collection at a lower price point than his mainline collections.